Definitions

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  • n. The quality or degree of being rentable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being rentable. Specifically
  • n. The capacity of a piece of property to produce a net income, or surplus above cost of replacement and of up-keep.

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Examples

  • An increase in the salaries for operators will have a pronounced impact on the rentability.

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  • Liquid fuels on biomass basis might present a future option to replace diesel, if the question of rentability could be solved.

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  • For young people, the mobile phone is a great way to increase the rentability of their time: you do not need to interact with the physically person you are with.

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  • The geographic region that your second home is located in will determine your property's rentability as a vacation rental.

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  • But I agree in principle that the commercial value / rentability is the only yardstick which fundamentally (can we use that word again?) underlines the intrinsic value of a property.

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